Hospice CareWhen the end of your pet’s life is nearing, saying goodbye or coming to terms with the future can be tough. The process of saying goodbye to a best friend and beloved family member can be emotionally exhausting and mentally draining.

Our staff is trained in taking special care to assist not only your pet, but you and your family during this hard time. We don’t want you to be alone during the end stages of your pet’s life, and we certainly don’t want them in any pain or fear.

We promise that while working with Visiting Veterinary Angels, your pet and your individual case will be treated with the utmost level of compassion and an extraordinary level of understanding and care. From our friendly staff to our skilled veterinarian, we possess the tools to make this incredibly difficult time more comfortable.

Knowing that it is time to end the pain your pet feels can be a tough choice, and there are a many different factors that go into each owner’s decision to euthanize a pet. The personal responsibility and decisions vary from pet owner to pet owner, but nearly every owner is faced with making this incredibly tough decision at some point in their pets’ lives, and we want to be there to offer support to you and your pet.

From our at home end of life care, to our healing energy medicine and our in-home euthanasia services, Visiting Veterinary Angels will work with you to make the process less difficult for all people and pets involved. We know what it takes to make this process as simple as possible and will be there to help ease the pain, in the comfort of your home.

If you have any special requests, we will be sure to accommodate them and help your beloved pet be remembered in the most positive way possible.

For answers to questions about hospice care, end of life care, or euthanasia, please don’t hesitate to contact our caring team at Visiting Veterinary Angels and we will be happy to assist you in any way.

We are proud to service Central Ohio and surrounding communities, please feel free to contact our office and caring staff at (614) 699-1110.